Lisa B. Ncube

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The paper discusses the functions and effectiveness games and simulations in the learning processes, in particular as an experiential learning methodology. The paper describes the application of the game Lemonade TycoonTM in the development of lean manufacturing concepts. This article addresses the use of the game to teach Principles of Lean Enterprise(More)
Hawkins, Amy L. M.S., Purdue University, May, 2010. Relationship between Undergraduate Student Activity and Academic Performance. Major Professor: Daniel Lybrook. Research has shown that student involvement enhances the overall college experience and the development of transferable skills for undergraduate students. Participation in student organizations(More)
The paper discusses ways in which Gestalt theory can inform learning organization practice regarding concepts of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) in a global economy. PLM is the process of managing the lifecycle of a company’s product from its conception, through design and manufacture, to service and disposal. The use of Gestalt principles in technology(More)
Rhodes, Holly A., Purdue University, May 2010. A Study of Integration and acceptance of Distance Learning Courses in a Corporate Setting. Major Professor: William Krug. The purpose of this study was to further understand how the integration of distance learning courses in a corporate setting may encounter barriers or resistance to acceptance. These barriers(More)
Companies that have implemented Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) or planning to implement PLM must justify their current and future investments as a function of organisational performance, both at the functional and organisational levels. To be able to assess the performance of PLM, companies need to identify relevant and appropriate measures. The primary(More)
  • L Ncube
  • AIDS/STD health promotion exchange
  • 1995
In 1991, the Matabeleland AIDS Council (MAC) in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, established a peer education program for industry workers. To date, workers from 45 companies, particularly manufacturing companies, have participated in the program. Program goals include prevention of the spread of HIV and promotion of a supportive response to co-workers known or(More)
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